Volume 109 of Terrorism: Commentary on Security Documents, qTerror-Based Interrogationq, provides a documentary history of U.S. interrogation policy since 9/11. General Editor Douglas Lovelace presents in this volume the Bush Administration memos that asserted a legal basis for coercive interrogation, commonly known as the qtorture memosq, including those written by the controversial Department of Justice attorney John Yoo. Volume 109 guides researchers from those memos through Congressional efforts at banning torture to current Obama Administration steps to ensure compliance with international norms against coercive interrogation. Students and scholars alike will find in this volume an indispensible source for research on U.S. interrogation policies in the post-9/11 era.Applying U.S. Army Field Manual Standards The DTA provides that no person in the custody or effective control of the DoD or detained ... The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006 (P.L. 109-163), as amended and passed by the House and ... Memorandum from William Haynes II, General Counsel of the Department of Defense, Re: Counter-Resistance Techniques, November 22, 2002, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Oceana, Kristen E. Boon, Aziz Z. Huq, Douglas C. Lovelace|
|Publisher||:||Oceana Publications - 2010|